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We have a heavy caseload today.
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While the overall nationwide caseload has slowed since early July, infections are still occurring at the alarming rate of about 5,000 people per day.
Idaho’s two federal judges handle a heavy caseload, 493 cases annually for each judge, compared to a national average of 400 cases, Tobias said.
Lodge, who served as a state judge for 23 years, as a federal bankruptcy judge for a year and as a federal district judge since 1989, has continued to work nearly a full caseload as a senior judge while the seat was vacant.
But public defenders like Saabir’s typically don’t, thanks to large and time-consuming caseloads that preclude that kind of nitty-gritty work.
Top budget writers warned that without new taxes to close a $1.8 billion budget gap, hundreds of thousands of people would be kicked off Medicaid, class sizes and child welfare caseloads would spike, and teachers could be laid off.
During Mueller's tenure, the sex abuse caseload piled up as more and more victims came forward from Latin America, Europe and beyond.
Chicago's Haymarket Center, a drug treatment program that treats a mostly low-income clientele, cut its caseload by more than a fifth as the state budget crisis caused payments to dry up.
Even before those cuts, OCR lawyers have seen their caseloads rise from 14 investigations per person per year to 41.
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